Episode "Wacky Wizardry" of the short-lived 60's sitcom "Mack and Myer for Hire", Notable for for producing over 200 episodes during it's only season. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Sitcom, Retro, 60's, 1960's, Sixties, Television
More "brought to you by" product ads that ran during the 1965-1966 season of ABC's "Honey West". Sponsors: Sweeta, Old Spice, El Producto cigars (with George Burns), High Sierra after shave, Baby Magic lotion, the United Way, Dippity-Do, White Rain, and Muriel Cigars (with amazing Marilyn Monroe look-alike Edie Adams, identified by reviewer below). ( 1 reviews ) Topics: ads, vintage, classic, television, series, advertising, TV, promos, commercial, advertisements
An episode of the 1957-1958 TV sitcom "Date with the Angels", starring Betty White. This is the closest the show ever got to an "episode about nothing". ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic, TV, Television, Classic TV, Classic Television, 1950s, 50s, Fifties, Betty White, Old,...
This is a re-upload to correct missing material. The VBR files are the best for downloading. The ogg and 64kbps files were "system-derived" and have problems. CBS Radio Mystery Theater was a long-running series of radio dramas created by Himan Brown and hosted by E.G. Marshall. These programs were recorded from a local fm radio station in 1977 and early 1978. The original source material does not contain news or commercials. Files with __ after the title contain material from other... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: CBS Radio Mystery Theater, cbsrmt, otr, radio drama, himan brown, E.G. Marshall
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"Creatures from Star Wars film in bar drinking, space ship leaves."National Archives Identifier: 74265 listed as "Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk: Star Friends, 05/23/1979" ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Star Wars, PSA, Drunk Driving
Steps in the completion of a newspaper story from recording the incident through the taking & finishing of pictures, writing, editing, setting in type, printing the paper & distributing it are depicted. Produced by Encyclopedia Britannica Films, Inc. in collaboration with Kenneth E. Olson, LL.D, Northwestern University. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Motion Pictures: Industrial, Journalism, Publishing
CBS Television Network ID from 1951. **Due to some idiots who claim copyright on PD things, I cannot upload the show this is from** ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, CBS Television Network, ID, 50's, 1950's, Fifties
A Little curiosity from the 50s - a Dorothy Gray Cosmetics commercial, advertising a new face cream that'll remove ANYTHING from your face. That's right! Anything. To prove it, they use a radioactive tracer in the dirt to see just how much dirt the cold cream removes. You'll be astounded with the results! Wonder if that model is still alive. Sound: 2 Channel Mono Colour: B&W Year: 1950s ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Dorothy, Gray, Cosmetics, Ad, Commerical, 1950s, TV
Here's something so bad it makes "Queen for a Day" look like "Masterpiece Theatre". It is an unsold television pilot from 1954, for a game show called "Pass the Line" in which an artist slowly draws a picture in ten steps, and each step is copied by a panel of "celebrities" (one of which is Jonathan Winters!). At the end of the incredibly awful pilot, the host and some other guy directly speak to the networks telling them why they should pick up the... ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Lame, Crap, WTF, 1950s, 50s, Fifties, Classic TV, Television, Game Show, Panel Show, Unsold Pilot,...
The first film adaptation of the often filmed Mary Shelley story. This film was originally released on March 18 1910. From the Edison Kinetogram: Frankenstein, a young student, is seen bidding his sweetheart and father goodbye, as he is leaving home to enter a college in order to study the sciences. Shortly after his arrival at college he becomes absorbed in the mysteries of life and death to the extent of forgetting practically everything else. His great ambition is to create a human being,... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Early film, Silent films, Frankenstein, Thomas Edison, Charles Ogle
Episode 'The Story of Television' of WNBT's 'Eye Witness' Hosted by Ben Grauer with Guest: Dr. Vladimir K. Zworykin. Air-Date: Feb. 26, 1948 ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, NBC, Live Television, Kinescope, 1948, 40's Television, 1940's
A tour through the Jerry Fairbanks studios in Hollywood, showing the production of animation, TV films, industrial and advertising films. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Motion pictures: Production, Motion pictures: Sponsored, Advertising: Motion pictures
An interesting 1953 episode of Milton Berle's "Texaco Star Theatre" from 1953, with special guest star Gertrude Berg, playing her popular character "Molly Goldberg". Gertrude was in fact the first Jewish actress to have her own popular sitcom. This comedy-variety series aired on NBC Television Network. The picture quality is a little poor, but watchable. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1950s, 1950's, 50s, 50's, Fifties, Variety, Comedy, Milton Berle, Gertrude...
Carl Reiner hosts contestants and celebrities alike in a very funny game show. Celebrities include Mickey Rooney, Lee Marvin, Nanette Fabray and Oscar Levant. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: celebrity game, carl reiner
A bizarre 1952 TV pilot for "The Spike Jones Show", a comedy/variety show. The pilot was not picked up, but Spike Jones did eventually host a series on TV: In 1954 he hosted a mid-season replacement, in 1957 he hosted a summer replacement, and in 1961 he hosted yet another series. (if there's anything wrong with this upload, please let me know). ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 1950s, 50s, Fifties, Television, Racial Stereotyping, Unsold Pilot, failed pilot, The...
An episode of the 1950's television comedy "The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show". In this episode, Gracie finds a reminder to "throw a party", but cannot remember what is supposed to have a party for. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 50s, 1950s, 50's, 1950's, Fifties, Sitcom, Comedy, George Burns, Gracie...
A Classic 1960s soap opera drama broadcast called "Search for Tomorrow" from 1960. Contains original commercials. Sorry for the abysmal sound quality, and also sorry for the poor picture quality. Not great TV, but an interesting curio. Does NOT feature a copyright notice, and was NOT submitted for copyright. WARNING: If you give this an idiotic "review", then I will eat you (this is a joke). Again, the sound quality is terrible. ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 60s, 60's, 1960s, 1960's, Sixties, TV, Television, Vintage, Old Time...
Anniversary Show "Ten years ago today", broadcast on WNBT (W2XBS) on April 30, 1949. Host: Ben Grauer - Guests: Earl Wrightson, Kyle MacDonnell and The Three Flames On April 30, 1939 NBC launched Television as a regular public service with a telecast of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and others in formal opening of the New York World Fair of 1939. This program contains some remarkable Kinescope excerpts: - "Pickup from Aircraft Carrier U.S.S. Leyte at sea" (Aug. 29, 1948),... ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Live TV, 1949, NBC, WNBT, W2XBS, 1940's Television, Kinescope, Television History
Episode of the 1966 summer replacement series "The Face is Familiar", a game show with a rather interesting concept. Complete with original commercials. Guests include June Lockhart ("Lost in Space") and Bob Crane ("Hogan's Heroes"). ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1966, 60's, 60s, 1960's, 1960s, Sixties, Game Show, Shows, Series, Puzzle,...
This program, "The Betty Hutton Show", featured seriously uneven writing and supporting cast. However, here is a really bad episode. Just like the other episode I uploaded, this is NOT funny! No wonder nobody watched it! ( 11 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 50's, 50s, 1950's, 1950s, Fifties, Television, Sitcom, Sitcoms
Episode of the Classic 50's TV series "The Eve Arden Show" called "Liza's Nightmare". Lasted a single season, although it wasn't too bad. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 50's, 50s, 1950's, 1950s, Fifties, Eve Arden, Television
Host: Carl Smith - Guests include: Buddy Ebsen, Chet Atkins, Collins Kids, The Jordanaires, June Carter, Flatt and Scruggs, Minnie Pearl, etc. ( 11 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 1950's Television, ABC, Kinescope, Live TV, Purina, Grand ole opry, 1956
Episode of "School House", a short-lived series on the DuMont Television Network which aired in early 1949. Among the 'pupils' in Kenny Delmar's class are Arnold Stang and Wally Cox. Title credits of this print are missing. ( 11 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 40's, DuMont, Live Television, Kinescope, Wally Cox, Arnold Stang, 1949
Episode of "The Walter Winchell Show". It was a combination of gossip and commentary in the format of a TV Sunday-evening "news" show. ( 14 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, ABC, 1950's Television, Live Television, Kinescope, News, Gossip, Walter Winchell, 1953
NBC News Room Chicago - Clifton Utley The News on March 17, 1949 included: - Willis-Overland Cuts Car Prices By 10%, - New Rent Bill Increase Prices 10%, - Italian Communists Riot To Block The Atlantic Pact, - Truman To Give News Conference, - Pullman Strike Set For March 31st, - Sports News, ... ( 12 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Live TV, 1949, NBC, 1940's Television, Kinescope, Clifton Utley, News
Atomic tests at the Nevada Proving Grounds (later the Nevada Test Site) show effects on well-kept homes, homes filled with trash and combustibles, and homes painted with reflective white paint. Asserts that cleanliness is an essential part of civil defense preparedness and that it increased survivability. Selected for the 2002 National Film Registry of "artistically, culturally, and socially significant" films. ( 47 reviews ) Topics: Atomic-nuclear: Civil defense, Cold War, Waste disposal